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00504 Powers Lake, ND
1984
Color images of Powers Lake Mains Street, and a view of the town from across the lake. (5 items)

00506 Martha Wetmore
1896-1933
Includes postcard market day scene Bismarck, postmarked 1910; Painted Woods store; old courthouse, Bismarck; color postcard of officers' quarters Fort Lincoln; portraits of Selma Peterson, Richville, ND; Pioneer Picnic at Painted Woods 1908; Bismarck High School class 1896; portrait of Martha Wetmore 1933; portrait of Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Danstrom, Painted Woods; children outside schoolhouse; 1st graduating class Bismarck School of Nursing 1912; Matilda and August Olston. (24 items)

00507 Frank E. Wetzstein
1948-1950
 Images of Gene Autry and his Melody Ranch Boys at the 1950 Mandan Rodeo. (21 items)

00509 St. Mary's Catholic Church, Hague, ND
1987
Color exterior and interior photos of St. Mary's Church. (2 items)

00515 Charles and Anna Johnson
ca. 1900-1934
Photographs of Charles August and Anna Johnson family including portraits, Anna Johnson with her spinning wheel, and their children Paul Emil, Myrtle, Hildz, and Cora and a dragline at Truax-Traer Coal Co. (8 items)

00519 Road Building, Strip Mining
1918-1923
Strip mining coal near Garrison and road building near Sanish. Includes road gang, mine cook, chuckwagon, mine living quarters, and first Caterpillar used in ND.

00526 Hoton A. Smith, Wagon Shop, Blacksmithing, Steele (ND)
1900-1916
Images of Benjamin H. Smith and sons Holton and George, their wagon and blacksmith shop, and home in Steele (ND). (19 items)

00527 Badlands, Red River Valley
ca. 1880s
Horses at the Cuba "Q" Ranch north of Dickinson; sandstone formation in Badlands; butte showing strata; cattle grazing; field of potatoes; oats in Red River Valley; typical ranch and settler's cabin; and Medora and the Little Missouri River from a distance. (9 items)

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